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Tamra
Posted on: Oct 20, 2010

As we rapidly approach our first frost date for my corner of Tennessee, I thought I would take no

Tamra
Posted on: Oct 19, 2010

This is a prairie sunflower.  It is the last showy perennial to bloom in my garden every year. 

merryj
Posted on: Oct 19, 2010

As the leaves begin to turn and the nights get cool and crisp, the garden begins to wind down.

Africanaussie
Posted on: Oct 18, 2010

I noticed for the first time when we went shopping this weekend that more and more shops are now

Salma
Posted on: Oct 18, 2010

 **  *On Sunday I went to village Dokh Malka  situated in  Union Council Kipra .

johannagreen
Posted on: Oct 16, 2010

Yes, it was a cold wet spring and yes, this summer yielded slightly less of some of our standard

G9
Posted on: Oct 14, 2010

This is the time of year when the potted mums and pansies are out in full force.  I used to spen

Faan
Posted on: Oct 13, 2010

I have been asked for some info on SA gardening.  Here is a start.

G9
Posted on: Oct 12, 2010

After reading about all of the wonderful health benefits of Lemongrass I planted a tiny pot of i

suedreiling
Posted on: Oct 9, 2010

Tonight's dinner was a Savory Fall Stew.

Barbara Damrosch
Posted on: Oct 6, 2010

I never knew it had a name.

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